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Sewing machine modification

Postby simon_four_fingers » January 11th, 2016, 2:18 pm


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Hello, If this is Off Topic, please move it there.


My mother acquired an extra Husqvarna Viking 6370 Machine for $5, dropped another $190 on service, and is giving it to me. This machine has a two speed motor so I can sew denim and canvas (why I want a machine), I learned to sew industrial things on a Juki , and I got very use to the clutch drive. Can I convert this Husky into a clutch drive machine? It would seem that it could be as easy as pulling out the motor and adding a belt drive to a heavier motor, and mount it into a commercial table. Also I want to run a walking foot, can I just buy this as an accessory?
Or is this 30 year old machine junk? Thanks
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Re: Sewing machine modification

Postby urbanprecision » February 9th, 2016, 10:04 am


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I don't believe the rest of the machine is built to handle such a thing.


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